Frequently Asked Questions


Do you travel outside Edmonton's city limits?

Yes, we do travel outside of Edmonton! Please note that there is an additional travel fee for programs outside the city limits. Travel fees are charged for each day of workshops, plus one charge for delivery. The delivery fee can be eliminated by arranging to pick up your projects in Edmonton. Keep in mind that we can accommodate up to four classes per day. This makes it a very affordable option when distributing the travel charges among so many students. Please see below for some of our most frequently requested travel fees. Please request a quote if your area is not listed.


  • St. Albert $20
  • Sherwood Park $20
  • Beaumont $20
  • Fort Saskatchewan $35
  • Morinville $40
  • Leduc $40
  • Spruce Grove $40
  • Devon $45
  • Stony Plain $45
  • Wetaskiwin $70
  • Ponoka $100

School Programs

What can I expect from a Clay for Kids In-School Fieldtrip?
We come to you! Our workshops are 60-90 minutes in duration. The instructor will arrive 15-20 minutes prior to the start of the first scheduled workshop to check in at the office and set up. The instructor will offer a short pottery wheel demonstration and interactive discussion about the properties of clay OR discuss the properties of glass and fusing, and will take your students STEP-BY-STEP through the project you have requested. At the end of the workshop, all projects will be taken out of the school for drying and firing (and glazing, if requested) and will be delivered back to the school within 21 days (whenever possible). All materials (except paper towel), instruction, firing and delivery is included in the cost of the workshop.
How many students can participate in a School Program?
There is no limit to the amount of students that can participate in Clay Building or Fused Glass workshops, provided that you have the space to accommodate the group. We do request an adult to child ratio of 1:5 for ANY class with more than 32 students.
How many Adult Helpers are required for in-school field trips?
The ideal adult to student ratio is 1:5, although we understand this is not always possible. It is highly recommended for Preschool, Kindergarten and Grade One.
What are the building requirements to book an in-school field trip?
Our materials are very heavy. A parking space in the school lot is REQUIRED to load materials in and out of the school. Please advise at the time of booking if this poses an issue for your school. Whenever possible, the workshop should be scheduled on the main floor of the school, in a room with a sink. Ideally, all classes should take place in the same room or a fifteen minute break in-between workshops is required.
Can I leave during the School Program?
The teacher must remain in the room for the duration of the workshop.
When is payment due for School Programs?
You will be invoiced following your workshop. Payment is due by cheque payable to Clay for Kids Edmonton, direct deposit or e-transfer within 60 days.
Do School Programs break for recess?
No. School Programs do not break for recess. Please adjust your snack and movement breaks accordingly.
When will my projects be delivered?
We make every effort to deliver projects back to the school within 21 days. Depending on the size and scope of the workshops, often during busier times with glazing, this can sometimes stretch to 28 days. If you require your projects for a certain date/special event, please let our office staff know at the time of booking.
When can I book a School Program?
We book all workshops as closely together as possible in an effort to make the best use of the instructor’s day. Depending on your chosen projects, classes are between 60-90 minutes. We are happy to assist you with the scheduling of your booking around your bell schedules. An ideal day will have two workshops in the morning and two in the afternoon. (i.e. 8:30-9:45, 9:45-11:15, 12:30-1:45, 1:45-3:15).

Mobile Studio

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